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Drew Brees Feels Badly for Fans

The NFLPA has decided to decertify and sue the NFL for violation of anti-trust laws. LBS is firmly on the side of the players in this negotiation, feeling that the pot should be split 50-50 and that the players deserve lifetime health care for their injuries. It’s pretty simple: the players surrender their health every time they take the field and they should have many more rights than they do now. The owners owe the players much more decency than they currently provide them, and it’s sad to see their greediness result in the lockout that has been prevented by decertification.

It’s also sad that fans have to endure the labor battle between the two sides. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees recognizes this and expressed that sentiment on his twitter account Friday.

In various tweets, the former Super Bowl MVP wrote “To our fans – I give you my word that we as players are doing everything we can to negotiate with the NFL towards a fair deal … The NFL brought this fight to us – they want $1 billion back, we just want financial information to back up that request … I am very sorry that you as fans have to endure this. Football is more than just a game for all of us. We will keep fighting…always …Not once have the players asked for more money during this negotiation. That is a FACT. I don’t expect anyone to feel sorry for us”

Well guess what Drew, you’re right in not expecting people to feel sorry for the players, but you have someone here who sees beyond the owners and does feel badly for the players. And with compassionate sentiments such as this one, you make it much easier for us to root for the players to have success in gaining more rights and equality in their fight with the owners.


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  • Anonymous

    brees is so overrated. saints got crushed this year, no one will remember him in a f ew years
    john p mcniff
    philadelphia

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ON2Q3PFLNA6D7X45KFWMIQOTVY Eric Z

    The players aren’t asking for more money and they aren’t being asked to take a pay cut either…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ON2Q3PFLNA6D7X45KFWMIQOTVY Eric Z

    If a salary cap isn’t agreed upon, you can writeoff football just like baseball and basketball.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TDIWGIELXU6TEHAYSA7AAQOZMQ Mike

    You have no idea what you are talking about,
    You over rate yourself for making such a comment.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TDIWGIELXU6TEHAYSA7AAQOZMQ Mike

    Shockingly, Drew Bree is a man with great moral fiber, his team fell apart but the does not mean he is over rated, and 11-5 is not that bad.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Yup, that’s my biggest fear

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GQ2SD2KDC2OB5QAOFAPOQRADDY Greg Albares

    The Eagle didn’t either, when was the last time the eagles went to the bowl. The Saints beat your team twice in one year is what I remember. Brees is a Superbowl MVP. Vick is a jail bird. ROFLMAO!!!!